We act 100 per cent in accordance with the THF Act. This means above all: areas under nature conservation remain untouched. We strictly reject fringe development or partial development.

We clearly distance ourselves from the right. We exclude working with right-wing parties or groups, we oppose fascism, racism, sexism, classism, anti-Semitism, and draw a clear line to esotericism and conspiracy ideologies.
We stand in solidarity with the movements for climate justice, anti-racism, anti-fascism, feminism and others. Cooperation with these initiatives is an important part of our work.
We must reckon with the past of the former Tempelhof Airport. The current airport building was built in 1936 and is a sign of Germany’s Nazi past. The history of the site and the existence of the Columbiahaus concentration camp are to be conveyed through museums and educational opportunities in the building, and the reminder is to be kept alive.
The field and the building are and remain a common good. They belong to everyone and should benefit everyone. We oppose their appropriation by capital interests or even the sale of parts of them. We are against commercial use and do not work with profit-oriented companies. Instead, we are oriented towards the common good and the doughnut economy. Nothing can be done without being climate-friendly and socially just: A good life for all is only possible if everyone works according to their abilities and needs and earns a living within the planetary boundaries.